Be Wary of Scammers September 13, 2023 – Posted in: Blog, Poetry
If you see this following email online, it does NOT belong to me.
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Belated new year to my readers: The year starts with two nice heads up: Ms. & the interview with Allium in my hometown, Chicago featuring my very early work and start as a feminist-described poet, writer, thinker & translator.Continue reading
I received an early Xmas gift this year.
It’s this song composed for a class project. I’m thankful to the professor who assigned my book. Motherhood, mothering, being a mother…what can I add that hasn’t been said?Continue reading
This week en el ranchito kept busy moving forward with positivity, health, sun & amor. Plus dogs. Check out next beautiful reading for healing, meditation, prayers, progressive alliances and demonstrative of human resiliency.Continue reading
My visual work (paintings and drawings), much like my poetry are much like a diary or journal keeping. They represent things I’ve seen, reflected upon or have concerns about. They aren’t attempts at exact representation but a peek into the artist-poet’s heart.Continue reading
To all of you, blessings to your homes in the seasons to follow, that you may all have places to rest your heads, food enough to eat and store for the winter and a storage of words to pull out in the dark long nights of winter and weave blankets of poetry to warm the world during the long nights of winter.Continue reading